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Perfume Review: Agent Provocateur Fatale Intense Eau de Parfum

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One of the newest additions to my ever growing fragrance collection is this Agent Provocateur Fatale Intense Eau de Parfum. It is an amazing fragrance. I got it some weeks ago and it is now of my favourite perfumes. Fatale Intense is a new perfume by Agent Provocateur. It has a rich, luxurious and mysterious scent. I feel it is quite an intense fragrance and it reminds me of Hugo Boss Intense, another classic favourite perfume of mine. Here is a brief description of this perfume –

A daring introduction tempts the senses with an exotic alcehmy that is composed of wild Dewberries, Black Licorice and Spiced Chilli. The heart of the fragrance is a rich blend of exotic flowers, evoking lust and passion, which is the essence of this fragrance. An intoxicating and warm base of Noir Leather, Luxe Amber and Tahitian Vanilla captures the lust, glamour and intense desires of this fragrance.

 

Agent Provocateur Fatale Intense Eau de Parfum

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Here are my thoughts on this fragrance –

PROS
  1. It has a sweet and spicy scent that smells amazing.
  2. This perfume is long lasting once it is sprayed quite a bit. I am usually heavy handed when it comes to using perfumes. I like to smell them on me.
  3. The packaging is fab! I love the red bottle. It looks very pretty on my dressing table.
  4. Fatale Intense is a great all year perfume. I can see myself using it in the summer, autumn, spring and of course winter months.
  5. It is very affordable.

 

CONS

None.

 

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What do you think of this Agent Provocateur Fatale Intense Eau de Parfum? Have you tried it already? Please share your views in the comments section, let’s know what you think. You can shop the perfume on Amazon via the link below. The RRP is £51.80 but you can get it via the link below on Amazon for £20.40.

 

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Beauty is in the eye of the keyholder: tips for keeping your salon secure

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 Crime against small businesses costs more than £12 billion annually, but this figure still does not account for the full cost of crime. For salons, in particular, crime is a significant drag on their ability to grow as a business, leads to reputational damage, as well as lost hours and days. Common crimes include robbery, burglary, and employee theft.

If you own or manage a salon, security should be one of your primary concerns. Here are our top tips for keeping your salon secure.

 

Research your employees

 Before hiring a member of staff, make sure you have performed sufficient background checks. This doesn’t mean that you don’t trust them, but you need to ensure that job applicants don’t have a history of theft or other criminal activity. It’s just good sense!

 

 

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Brief your employees

 Once you’ve hired trustworthy employees, make sure that they know the rules and procedures within your salon. Write an employee handbook which lays everything out for them and have regular meetings to discuss security measures. If an employee disregards salon rules (for example, by leaving a door unlocked), make sure you address this problem quickly.

 

Safety in numbers

 Try to avoid a scenario whereby there is only one employee in your salon. A salon with one staff member is a prime target for crime. Ensure that two or more employees work each shift, which will minimise the threat of internal employee theft and decrease the chances of burglary or assault.

 

Monitor the till

 The cash register should be touched by as few people as possible – eliminating the potential for mistakes or theft. Decide whether a salon receptionist will handle cash or another designated employee – they can even work shifts. Money can then be counted by that person at the end of the day, with them documenting the total and informing management.

 

 

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Safety measures

 You can decrease the risk of night-time crime by installing both interior and exterior lighting. Back doors should be locked and bolted, whereas front doors should also have a warning device. Something like a bell can alert the salon when someone enters. CCTV cameras canhelp identify perpetrators in the event of a crime. An alarm system can also prevent or deter late night vandalism or burglary.

 

Cyber-security

 Salon owners often assume that their business is too small to be targeted by cybercriminals. The idea of cyber-crime may not even enter their heads. However, online hackers often view small businesses as easy prey. It’s important to remain vigilant and protect your online activity. Make sure all of the salon’s devices are password or PIN protected, use anti-virus software, electronically backup your salon data, and use two-factor identification.

 

Insure your salon

 Salon insurance is designed to protect your business in the event of an accident or incident. From stock cover, to contents cover, to business interruption costs, salon insurance ensures that your business is not crippled by an unforeseen event.

 

 

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